Monday, March 5, 2012

Pyramid Head Papercraft Complete- Download






Here he is finally! about 2 feet (60cm) tall when finished. Much thanks to Chou for his mentoring and tutoring. If you want to give it a shot, here it is:

http://www.4shared.com/archive/tc3z0_xR/Pyramid_Head.html
http://www.4shared.com/archive/oBPdXpIN/Pyramid_Head_2.html

Files are in PDO format for letter size paper.
 Once again, Muchas gracias amigo, he's yours too. Gotta give credit to my mentor and master of the paste and page, Chou

I also have to thank Konami for the wonderful games and the characters in them

25 comments:

  1. hello great work, you could put the password?

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  2. excelente modelo!!!!
    felicitaciones

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  3. great job!!!! but where the feets?

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    1. doesn't need them, the apron/skirt flares out to support him. Plus, after almost 3 months I just wanted to be done with him;)
      I considered a base that was a swarm of beetle thingys that he always seems to walk around in to set him on, but like I said, I was kinda done with him. Thanks

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  4. excelente trabajo amigo, valio la pena la espera, saludos!!

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  5. Thank you again Chou for explaining the whole process.You are a wealth of knowledge on the subject.He's as much yours as mine. I know He's a little more, well a LOT more intricate than you would design but hey, now there's room for improvement! Muchas Gracias amigo!!

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  6. Muito Louco Parabens e obrigado por disponibilizar !!!!!!!!!

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  7. great job!!!!! amazing...... but i have a question: the pdo of helmet have a part outside of the pages and i don`t know how to move that part to the pages for print..
    I wait you for the answer and sorry about my english.

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  8. Un modelo ejemplar, continua así y gracias por el aporte a este mundo del Papercraft. J. Ossorio
    http://librosgratispapercraftymas.blogspot.com/

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  9. Great model Brian but can you upload it again? The 4shared link is down =\

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  10. Sorry Robson. I put a new link up and tested it and it worked fine. Give that one a shot.

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  11. excelente trabajo!! pero me pide un password para algunos archivos.
    Lo tienes?

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  12. olá , eu queri saber se vc tem a senha ?
    se tiver passar por favor...

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  13. Could you, by any chance, provide the password for the file?

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  14. Very amazing and challenging.... I printed it out and I'm ready to do my first pyramid head papercraft. I'm a novice but I'm patient enough to finish it hopefully. I plan on doing at least 3 of these. One to test out what printing paper does with him.. And two others with the only other stronger paper I have to give to friends... I never understood what kind of paper people used... but if the printing paper works with pyramid head then I'll just continue with that... I'm hoping that all this ink doesn't go to waste. Lol.. And any tips on where to start by the way? like should I start with the belt or go from bottom up or what?... That's my only problem.. But thank you for this wonderful papercraft!!

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  15. thx Courtney, start anywhere you like! I did the helmet first of course cuz it's awesome. when doing the arms, start with the hands and work up, i find it easier to keep the build smooth that way. As far as paper weight i always use 32lb paper. Stiffer than printer paper but easy to work with. Have fun and send me pics!

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  16. I don't know if this will get answered or not; but it's worth a try. On the helmet there is a piece off the page when I opening it in my viewer. Since I don't have the password, I can't open it in the editor to move it down to the page. Is there anyway you could offer any way to do that. Or can is there a way around it? Thank you very much.

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  17. Thanks a lot for sharing this!
    Could you make a A4 paper version? In my country there isn't letter size at all... or you could let me try to adjust the pieces by myself ^^'

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  18. I can't print it. You can upload the .pdf size please?

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  19. guyz how can i download this schematic .i think this links not working :( please need help

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  20. I'm sorry but could not pull up the files :( they downloaded but i don't know how to open them :(

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  21. Hello. There is an error in helmet. Please fix it. I want to give it to a friend. I send you a photo. https://imageshack.com/i/f3n4ndp

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  22. Hi Brian, very nice job, I am going to ask the same question as everyone, some parts of the body opens ok, other need a Password, whats the password? Would be Nice if you can send it, I know according to the year, this post is very old, but I'm trying anyway, but if you can, send me an e-mail, I let you my e-mail as you reply, thanks!

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